Sunday Observer Online


Sunday, 21 February 2016





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Government Gazette

What really happened to Sumith?

The JMO’s report and a new witness account compound the mystery of the Embilipitiya death:

The Medical Report released by the Ratnapura JMO, last week revealed the youthful party-goer Sumith Prasanna Jayawardena of Embilipitiya, may have died due to cut injuries and resultant shock leave the question whether the cause of the injury was due to the police assault or an accidental fall unanswered.


Playing politics with murder investigations?

When the body of Wasim Thajudeen, the popular ruggerite who died mysteriously in May 2012 was exhumed a week before the last general election in August 2015, the public held divergent views about how the investigations were being conducted. In a politically polarised society,

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